De Vera Homes Baguio
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... for the Tindahan [tin-dah-haun] (similar to a mini corner store), which is about a block away.
My family keeps telling me that the food is better here, but they can't explain why. Maybe it's the freshly homemade meats like longaniza, or the fresh pandesal made that morning, or fresh eggs that were laid last night. It could be the love my family puts into making the food for each other. It could even be ...
... with this magnificent beast, before it dove to deep. I was lucky to shoot a couple of seconds of good footage before it disappeared into the deep; visibility was not very good at about 5 meters. There were a lot of boats trying to find whale sharks, but this excursion and the 30 successful seconds were definitely much more enjoyable than the circus we experienced at Oslob.
Rules for the protection of both the sharks and the tourists were strictly adhered to and the crew ...
On a wet, gloomy morning we took a taxi to Hong Kong Airport. I had been awake all night listening to the thunder and lightening raging outside, we had to get up at 6 am. Luckily I hadn't slept because although I had set my phone alarm I hadn't changed the time from Bangkok to Hong Kong! I would have been up an hour later and we would have possibly missed the flight!
It's funny when psychologically your body is aware of when it needs to be awake !!
So once again bad weather on ...
... so I will list few of them that I have checked. We didn’t book in advance and there were plenty of rooms to choose from.
1 – SeBay Surf – huts style, nice and friendly staff, rooms are small but nothing can beat the ocean view, restaurant with good food, about 20 m from ocean.
1dbl room/AC, bathroom/per night – 1600 peso ($40).
2 – Little SurfMaid Beach Resort
1dbl – from 2500-3500 peso
... weekends or holidays, but everyday!
2 – The second thing is similar to Chinese “loosing face”. It is called “hiya”, meaning “sense of shame”. So expressing strong or negative emotions in public is not good. A smile and a joke are seen as much better way that will open more doors than angry face.
“The anger management course ****** me off”, we read on one of the Filipinos t-shirt… Well, I ...